Without Steve Smith – who suffered a blow to the pinnacle in coaching on Thursday – Australia nonetheless managed to set a goal of 295, leaving England going through a file run chase in an ODI at Old Trafford to safe victory.
Marsh (73) and Maxwell (77) have been in very good type with the bat, with their century stand taking the vacationers from 123 for 5 to 249 for six.
Maxwell ultimately succumbed to a superb ball from Jofra Archer, who had dismissed David Warner (6) with an impressive supply early on.
Marsh was pinned lbw by Mark Wood as Australia misplaced late wickets, although hosts England have been then reeling at 57 for 4 within the 17th over of their reply, with Hazlewood (3-26) in fantastic fettle.
Jonny Bairstow (84) and Billings (118) took the struggle again to Australia, but England in the end fell brief on 275 for 9 because the world champions succumbed to a second defeat from the final three 50-over conferences with their nice rivals.
Archer’s depraved bowling despatched Warner’s stumps flying within the fourth over, and Wood had Aaron Finch (16) strolling quickly after when Australia’s captain clipped an edge to Jos Buttler.
Wood and Buttler mixed once more to dismiss Marcus Stoinis for 43 within the 16th over, with Adil Rashid dismissing Marnus Labuschagne (21) lbw quickly after.
Alex Carey fared little higher in opposition to Rashid 4 overs later, but Marsh and Maxwell steadied the innings.
While Marsh ticked over, Maxwell wasted little time in moving into his stride, and moved to 50 two balls after hitting Rashid for an enormous six over midwicket.
Archer was the recipient of comparable therapy for back-to-back sixes within the 44th over, but he had his revenge the following ball when Maxwell dragged a slower supply onto his stumps.
Pat Cummins (9) fell in Archer’s subsequent over, with Wood sending Marsh again to the pavilion and Chris Woakes dismissing Alex Zampa (5), earlier than Mitchell Starc hit a six from the final ball of the innings as Australia completed on 264-9.
Hazlewood began impressively with the ball, taking an exquisite one-handed catch to dismiss Jason Roy (3) from his personal bowling within the fourth over, and the paceman had his second wicket when Joe Root edged to Carey on one.
Two fours and a giant six from Eoin Morgan (23) bought England again on observe, although the house captain quickly picked out Maxwell from a Zampa supply.
Zampa had a second wicket when Labuschagne took a wise catch to dismiss Buttler, and it was then that Bairstow and Billings started to unleash some thumping photographs.
Bairstow, after hitting 4 fours and 4 sixes, was out within the 36th over – Hazlewood racing round within the outfield to take a unbelievable diving catch – with Moeen Ali following rapidly.
With Billings nonetheless in, England had hope, and regardless of shedding Woakes and Rashid, he performed some creative photographs as he moved past 100.
However, with 28 wanted from the ultimate over, England didn’t have sufficient fire-power – Marsh having the ultimate say as he ended Billings’ defiance to wrap up a powerful win.
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